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Posted by: Christy Hooper (ID *****6896) Date: April 08, 2012 at 23:02:03
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Rachel Gertrude Tutt (Stoiger) is buried in the Tuu Cemetary on Tutt Hill. The small Cemetary is hidden under some bushes in front of a home that looks as if built in the late 1960's to mid 70's. I have contacted the University of Arkansas to have this site deemed as a Cemetary. The stones were official headstones.
Rachel Gertrude Tutt was the daughter of Hansford Tutt. She also was the mother of eleven children, the oldest, Mary Ella, who later married Elija Cope and had four children, three boys and a girl, Ada Pearl Cope. Mary Ella, Elijah and baby John all died when Ada was five years old. Ada was adopted by the Shoemaker's. She married Fred Stackhousr and had three children. The oldest, Celestine married JB Robinett and had one daughter, Yolanda Jo. Yolanda Jo (Jody)married Everett Eugene (Gene) Hooper. They had five children, Jeanne, Robin, Kyle, Christy & Marilyn from Tulsa, OK. Jeanne married Joe Beattie, Robin married Robert Winn, Kyle married Lisa, Christy married Thom Kidd & Vincent Troutman and Matilyn married JM Kirk. Jeanne had three daughters, Robin had two daughters, Kyle had a son and daughter, Christy had one daughter and Marilyn had a son an a daughter.


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